The India subsidiary of NTT Communications Corporation, the ICT solutions and international communications business within NTT, a Fortune 500 company, announced the ‘India Business Strategy’.
“We shall continue to invest in and expand high-quality Datacenter /Cloud services and international network services. NTT Com India along with our sister company Netmagic Solutions would optimize the information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure of enterprises in India.” Speaking on the occasion of the 10th anniversary, Masakazu Kobayashi,Managing Director – NTT Com India, said
“NTT Com India has inaugurated a new branch office in Ahmedabad today. Our Ahmedabad office is primarily targeted to support companies which are planning to build factories and start new business in the state of Gujarat.With our proposed Unified License, NTT Com India will shortly be able to provide a high-quality National Long-Distance branded network in the country. In addition to the NTT Com’s Submarine Cable Systems which connect Japan, US and major Asian countries including India at the industry’s lowest transmission latency, NTT Com India will provide a range of network services that are expanding in India. Specific offerings will include secure, high-quality private network services, such as IP-VPN connecting Datacenters or Cloud to the domestic and overseas customers.”
SharadSanghi, CEO & Managing Director ,Netmagic, an NTT Communications Company, stated “NTT Communications globally owns Datacenters under the brand of “Nexcenter” in over 130 locations with an approx. 349,000 sq.mtr server floor space. Netmagic continues to innovate and create Intellectual Property through R&D whether it is in the area of improving PuE, automation in cloud, business processes or new products. The company is building its largest ever Datacenter in Mumbai and will be operational from 3rd quarter of CY2015.”
NTT Communications has 5 subsidiaries in India including NTT Com India, Netmagic, Arkadin India, Emerio India and Virtela India, and its solutions leverage these subsidiaries and the Indian resources of other NTT Group companies including Dimension Data and NTT DATA.